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How people say sorry

The way people apologize and their style of saying  sorry depends a lot on their personality and zodiac traits. No wonder Leos embarrass you when they say sorry while Arians will actually annoy you with their apology… Aries: For starters, Arians think they are so sweet, they could not have possibly


The Right to Privacy in India An Overview

The most simple definition of privacy was given by Judge Thomas Cooley in Olmstead v. United States, he called it as, “the right to be let alone”. Privacy is the ability of an individual or a group to keep their lives and personal affairs out

Notes on supreme court judgements

Tekan Alias Tekram v. State of Madhya Pradesh Date of Judgment: 11.02.2016 Bench: Justice M.Y. Iqbal, Arun Mishra This case has come up before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India by way of criminal appeal preferred by the Accused/ appellant against the judgment and order passed


Corrupting Nobility Lawyers’ Right to Advertise

The ban on lawyers to advertise for their services has been subject matter of extensive discussion. The debate has been further spruced up recently with the entire issue of GATS coming into force and the possibility of foreign lawyers setting afoot the Indian soil. Lawyers


The De-Stressor

Professionally speaking, a lawyer’s life is as stressed as that of a surgeon’s. The need to save someone requires total dedication and terrific stamina even when the odds are stacked against you. The chances of finding a lawyer or a surgeon who is not exhausted and remains perennially so, are remote


Raju Ramachandran, Senior Advocate

Raju Ramchandran joined the bar in July 1976 at the chambers of MK Ramamurthi. He qualified as an Advocate-on-Record in the Supreme Court of India and was designated as a Senior Advocate by the Supreme Court in September, 1996 at the age of 42. He


Matthew Sadler

An academician specialising in Business and Commercial Law at Staffordshire University- United Kingdom Matthew Sadler is an academic from the UK-based Staffordshire University’s Law School and a specialist in Business and Commercial Law with a focus on the Law of Obligations, namely Contract Law &


Sarosh Zaiwalla ,Senior Advocate

LawZ profiles herewith, Sarosh Zaiwalla who is credited with handling more than 12000 international cases relating to Energy, Maritime and Construction. There is no doubt, that he is one of the most discussed solicitors of Indian origin in UK today. His firm Zaiwalla & Co.


Luni, Rajasthan Explore Rural India

Luni is a rustic village far from the hustle and bustle of a normal city life in the midst of the Thar Desert. The village of Luni nestles in the shadow of the walls of Fort Chanwa and is a hub of activity with its